Judgment at Nuremberg: Stage Version of the Courtroom Drama
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The last date listed for Judgment at Nuremberg was Saturday June 28, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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Renowned song and dance man Danny Kaye's work spanned film, television, stage and music until his death in 1987. Now, as part of a nationwide tour, Brian Childers brings the great entertainer back to life in An Evening with Danny Kaye. This tribute to one of Broadway and Hollywood's greatest showmen is a treat for those who already love Kaye's work, as well as those who are "meeting" him for the first time. Childers has performed in numerous version of the story of Danny Kaye, including in Danny and Sylvia: A Musical Love Story, which was first performed at TACT and won him the Helen Hayes Award and the Mary Goldwater Award. Learn More
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Very engaging play and well acted. I saw there were a few American Century regulars in the ensemble and they were stellar as always. The play moves briskly and the hovering background actors was a nice effect to make the audience recall the effect of the actions of the Nazi judges on trial. Bravo to American Century for another winner.
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I thought the location was difficult to find, you'll need a gps. The script, acting, multi-media aspects were excellent. If you have back problems bring something for lumbar support, the chairs are decent but not good for me. The content of the...continued
The all-star ensemble spans the history of The American Century Theater. It includes Craig Miller (most recently seen in Bang the Drum Slowly)) in the role of Judge Haywood, played in the film by Spencer Tracy; Bruce Alan Rauscher as Colonel Parker, the prosecutor (Rauscher was also the prosecutor in The Andersonville Trial, receiving a Helen Hayes nomination for his performance); Michael Replogle (the heroic Juror 8 in TACT’s very first production, Twelve Angry Men) as defendant Justice Ernst Janning; and Steve Lebens and Mary Beth Luckenbaugh (most recently a stand-out couple in I Do! I Do! ) in the pivotal roles played in the film by Maximilian Schell and Judy Garland, both of whom earned Oscar nominations. Karin Rosnizeck performs the Marlene Dietrich role as Frau Bertholt, and WSC Avant Bard Artistic Director Emeritus Christopher Henley makes his American Century Theater debut in the disturbing role that won an Oscar nomination for Montgomery Clift. Even the smaller roles are filled by accomplished TACT veterans—including Vanessa Bradchulis (The Country Girl and the “Nightingale” of Tennessee Williams’ Eccentricities of a Nightingale) , Kim Curtis, Tom Fuller (TACT’s Resident Musical Director), Larry Kolp ,Tel Monks, Ellie Nicoll, Ron Sarro, Lyle Blake Smythers, and Jorge Silva. Paul Klingenberg debuts with the large ensemble cast.
The show is produced by Ed Moser. Lindsey E. Moore is the Stage Manager. The Set Designer is Patrick Lord. Sound Designer is Sean Allan Doyle and Lighting Design is by Marc Wright. The Master Carpenter is Michael Salmi. Costume Design is by TACT Associate Artist Rip Claassen.